Someone supposedly just leaked Google’s Pixel 4 design, but we’re not so sure
Google’s line of Pixel smartphones might not be the best-selling Android phones out there, but there’s no question whatsoever that they’ve managed to build a loyal fan base. And what’s more, that fan base continues to grow larger each and every year. Wednesday’s surprise Android Q beta release is a perfect reminder of why hardcore Android fans love Pixel phones so much. While the overwhelming majority of Android phones out there can’t even run Android 9.0 Pie yet, Google’s Pixel smartphones can already run Android Q if their owners want to install the beta. The latest and greatest Android features are always available to Pixel phone owners, and that’s just one reason the phones are so attractive to Android fans. Let’s not forget that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL share one of the best smartphone cameras on the planet, and perhaps the best smartphone camera you can get right now in the United States since Huawei phones aren’t sold here. All around performance is beyond impressive, and in particular, Google’s low-light photo enhancing “Night Sight” feature has no equal on any smartphone.
Google’s next-generation Pixel phones are still a long way off. In fact, the company is still expected to release a new “Pixel 3 Lite” smartphone long before the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL hit store shelves sometime toward the end of 2019. That won’t stop the rumor mill, of course, and now a new leak supposedly delivers Google’s design for its next-generation Pixel phablet.